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  • Blog Post: Healthcare innovation and discovery in Eastern Canada

    This post originally ran here on 19 March. This week I’m travelling in Eastern Canada or more specifically the greater Toronto area. I’m came to speak at a healthcare executive roundtable event organized by my Microsoft colleagues who manage our health business in Canada. It was also...
  • Blog Post: Perfect devices, the perfect OS, and great applications – no compromises for clinical computing

    Last week on this blog I wrote a piece about computing devices and why I thought the tech industry would soon deliver much better choices for clinical computing. Today, I want to focus a bit more on why I think that is so. I also want to explain why its not just the device that matters, but also the...
  • Blog Post: The perfect device(s) for clinical computing? We’re getting closer all the time

    Last December, as I was preparing for meetings with Microsoft OEM (original equipment manufacturer) partners at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, I posted a blog piece titled, “ If you could design the perfect computing device for clinicians and clinical workflow, what would you ask for...
  • Blog Post: “Health Choices” App Provides Access to NHS Health Resources

    There’s “an app for that” for just about everything these days. Indeed, applications for Smartphones are multiplying so fast there will soon be more apps than people on earth, or at least it seems that way. In healthcare there are apps for almost any chronic condition you might want...
  • Blog Post: Health Tech Spending and Profitability - Chicken, Egg or Omelet?

    By Bill Crounse, MD - Senior Director, Worldwide Health. As someone whose entire career has been steeped in clinical medicine and technology, I’m a big fan of the American publication, Hospitals and Health Networks . I especially like reading the commentaries on the publication’s digital...
  • Blog Post: Senior citizens improve health, sense of well being with Kinect, XBOX 360 & Microsoft HealthVault

    I f you think video games are just for kids, tweens and teens you’d be terribly wrong. People of all ages are buying and playing video games these days. In fact, a pilot program called the Exergamers Wellness Club developed by Microsoft, the City of Los Angeles Department of Aging , Partners in...
  • Blog Post: Smarter Health - Two clever docs with their heads in the cloud

    Despite the hustle and bustle in healthcare, many healthcare professionals don’t get to meet their peers as often as they might like. They move in an endless round of clinics, surgeries, theatres, departments, wards, professional committees etc.; and don’t get a chance to have a cup of coffee...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft and Safer Internet Day 2012 - Tues 7th Feb!

    Happy Safe Internet Day! It's a subject we take very seriously and it forms a central element to our business best practises. As well as it being a core responsibility for our company, many of us are parents and care deeply about online safety for our children. The tools Microsoft produce provide excellent...
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